Sea of Stones is at a hill near Szentbékkálla, Hungary. The rocks are a result of an erosion since 12-5 million years ago the post volcanic themal waters has cemented a former sea sediment into a layer of sandstone with pebbles (called conglomerate). Later the weather and rivers has eroded the loose parts of the stone layer so only the hardest rocks have remained there. Now these rocks are visible at the hill, some are only flat stony surface but many of them are huge and look really cool. I used a lamp to illuminate the rocks to get a nice view of the moonless night scene.